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European Union Allocates BAM 1 Million to Enhance Climate Change Resilience in Agriculture

As part of the EU-funded EU4AGRI-Recovery project, a new Public Call was initiated on Monday, 19th June, inviting potential grant beneficiaries to apply for support measures aimed at enhancing climate change resilience in primary agricultural production in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The total value of the grant is BAM 1 million.


The objective of the Public Call is to reinforce the resilience of businesses operating in the primary agricultural production sector by investing in tools and technologies that facilitate climate change adaptation. Through this initiative, the European Union intends to assist agri-food businesses in their efforts to make their operations more resilient to climate change, fostering sustainable agriculture, responsible use of natural resources, and the adoption of best practices.


Eligibility Criteria


The Public Call is open to craftspeople, independent entrepreneurs, agricultural cooperatives, micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises actively involved in primary agricultural production for a period not exceeding two years prior to the launch of this Public Call. Under this Public Call, BAM 1 million has been allocated, and funding per application may range from BAM 30,000 to BAM 300,000 (excluding VAT). The funds can only be utilized to cover eligible costs. Project proposals, along with the necessary documentation, must be submitted exclusively through the online platform from 23rd June 2023 to 31st July 2023, until 15:00 hrs. Applications submitted through other channels such as mail or email will not be considered.

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Photo credits: EU Delegation Bosnia and Herzegovina

Source: EU Delegation Bosnia and Herzegovina

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